Frightened Rabbit will be releasing Late March, Death March EP to its North American audience next week, September 10th. You can stream a new song titled "Candlelit" in the replies. This release is slightly different than the EP that released in the UK a few months ago, as the track listing is entirely different and features three new songs.
PureVolume have announced its line-up for the PureVolume stage at Lollapalooza (for the Toyota + SpinMedia Tent) along with an 18-track playlist with all of the artists. Some of the artists dropping by include O'Brother and Frightened Rabbit. Check it all out here.
Frightened Rabbit has announced plans to join The National on the road later this summer. Dates for that in the replies. Also, you can check out the band's entire “The Warner Sound Captured by Nikon” SXSW showcase set in the replies as well.
Grouplove and Frightened Rabbit have both teamed up with Manchester Orchestra to release a very special 12-inch single for Record Store Day. The release, which features the Manchester Orchestra/Grouplove collaboration "Make It To Me" and the Manchester Orchestra/Frightened Rabbit collaboration "Architect," will be available Saturday, April 20th at participating independent record stores. Check the replies for the full press release.
You can check out two acoustic Frightened Rabbit tracks here, as the band performs "The Woodpile" and "Late March, Death March" off of their new album Pedestrian Verse. Also, the official video for "Backyard Skulls" is in the replies - if you haven't checked out this band and album yet: you should.
In a recent interview, Scott Hutchinson of Frightened Rabbit mentioned that he has been working on some material with Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra, and that fans can expect to see a single from the new project on Record Store Day (April 20th). He also mentioned that a full-length could possibly be in the works.
Philistines Jr. are releasing a record of covers of remixes by artists such as The National, Frightened Rabbit, Tokyo Police Club, Jonsi, Tapes 'N Tapes and more. You can download The National cover here.